After a period of meditation, practitioners usually return to a waking state and their brain resumes how it normally functions during a waking state. However, this suggests that when you practice meditation regularly, you can maintain that feeling of wholeness and integrate it into your life.
In today's post, we'll talk a wee bit more about meditation...
The fact that meditation can lead to expansion, ascension and enlightenment is not news. But how long does it take?
Most experts and researchers have suggested that it takes many thousands of hours. But is that true? My guides say no. And the latest research seems to agree with them.
The article I referred to in yesterday's post, on effortless mindfulness, suggests that it might be the way we approach meditation or raising consciousness that affects how long it takes. But it also matters what the goal is.
Maybe we don't need to be masters, we just need to raise our frequency and our consciousness.
Deliberate Mindfulness includes one-pointed focus and nonjudgmentally observing the changing contents of our mind and body. On the other hand, Effortless Mindfulness shifts from focusing on the contents to discovering the context, an awareness that is already awake and free of suffering.
My Guidance When Asking about This
Meditation can help you become enlightened, but instead of needing 10,000 hours, you will be able to do it a lot faster now. Time is speeding up, so to speak, because the Great Awakening is beginning. And we need all hands on deck, so we will be helping you make progress faster than you might otherwise do.
On the other hand, don't rush yourself. Let us be the ones who speed up your ascension. All we need you to do is dedicate time every day to meditate and when you do, deepen your awareness of the space around you. The between spaces. And the connecting spaces.
As we grow more comfortable with resting in awareness, ... we will slowly come to see that this spacious awareness is who we truly are.
In my opinion, this magic described in the quote above, which can happen LONG before you have put in thousands of hours, is what makes meditation a superpower. Watch this video below to get advice on how to use this superpower during your day...
How to Get Started
One of the things I really appreciate about this video is that he starts with telling you how to ease into meditating every day, but then goes on to tell you how to incorporate this practice into your daily lifestyle, even when you can only take a minute or two here and there.
Over to you. What do you think about using meditation as part of your own daily routine?
See you next time!